Smart Air Purifier

£49.99
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  • Automatically detects and neutralises impurities
  • Removes odours and kills 99.9% of germs
  • Releases fresh air
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    Product Details

    Our outstanding Smart Air Purifier detects airborne impurities such as pollen, smoke, pet dander and dust, automatically adjusting its power level to neutralise them.

    With a 7 stage, multi-purification system, it draws in the unpleasant air removing odours and killing 99.9% of germs, releasing fresh air which can help to relieve respiratory problems and other allergy symptoms. Simple to use, it has 3 speed levels and air quality indicator lights (green/good, blue/normal, red/bad), and is portable enough to use anywhere in your home, car or office.

    Measures W21.4cm x D13.5cm x H6.4cm (8.5in x 5.25in x 2.5in). Supplied with mains power lead 1.5m (59in). It is recommended that you change the HEPA filter every 6 months.

    Click HERE to view the set of 2 spare filters.

    Delivery
    In stock orders are normally delivered within 7-10 working days using a tracked courier service. We deliver to the UK. Regrettably we cannot deliver to the Channel Islands and the Republic of Ireland. Please note our Customer Services opening times are 9am - 5:30pm, Monday - Friday.
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    "At Last Something That Works."
    By Joy Walker , 16 Apr 2019
    I have two cats, and have found that I am allergic to cats, so I had a problem. I gave this Air Purifier a try, and found that it worked. So I have just ordered another one.
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